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June 16, 1967 - Image 30

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1967-06-16

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Bond Dinner Reaches Record

(Continued from Page 13)
"On this happy occasion I
join in the hope and prayer
that Israel will be enabled to
continue in the works of peace
which were the dream of the
prophets and the sages down
through the centuries. Resump-
tion of the work of gathering
in the exiles, of building, of
healing, of enhancing and exalt.
ing life — this is Phil's hope
and it is sours and mine. To so
many good friends from Detroit

and throughout Michigan, salute,
my fond greetings."

30—Friday,

16, 1967

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

une

mending him for his lifetime

of services to Michigan causes
and for raising the standards of
Rabbi Irwin Groner of Shaarey
journalism.
Zedek pronounced the Invocation
and Rabbi James I. Gordon of
In his address, "a report from
Young Israel Oak-Woods, the the front," describing the experi-
Benediction. The national anthems ences of a 19-day stay in Israel
were sung by Mrs. Earl Ack, with during the serious days of the
Mrs. Norman Allen at the piano.
crisis that preceded actual war-
In a message to the gathering fare, Slomovitz told of the new
Mayor Jerome Cavanagh pro-
unity in Israel, of the end to re-
claimed last Monday "Philip ligious strife, the common bonds
Slomovitz Day." The State Legis-
that kept the people at their posts
lature adopted a resolution corn-
in defense of the embattled state.
He made a strong plea that the
efforts exerted in behalf of Israel
Bonds that evening, the work for
the Israel Emergency Fund,

World Jewry Responds

9.750,000 pounds 027.300,000) has
been raised for Israel by the Joint
Palestine A p p e a 1, is was an-
nounced by Donald Silk, chair-
man of the British Zionist Feder-
ation.
AMSTERDAM (JTA) — The
Dutch government has provided
facilities for Dutch taxpayers
making gifts to Israel. Thousands
of Amsterdam residents have
donated blood to the Red Mogen
David for use in Israel.
The second chamber of the
Dutch Parliament approved un-
animously a Liberal Party resolu-
tibn urging that the European
and addre,.-in-_; fund-raising meet- Economic Community give Israel
ings. In a statement issued prior associate status quickly.
Two El Al Boeing flights have
to his departure. Pincus said:
"The response of the American been made to Israel in the past
Jewish community to the emer- 48 hours ferrying supplies of
gency welfare needs of Israel that blood plasma. : adar components,
have arisen as a result of the helicopter parts. electronic de-
Middle East crisis, has been noth- vices and weap•-- ns needed as Is-
ing short of phenomenal. The rael flailed its Arab foes on three
solidarity of the American Jewish fronts.
BONN (JTA) — The popular
community with Israel, as ex-
pressed both in the size and num- reaction to the speed and power
ber of contributions and the out- of Israel's victory over its Arab
ore,ino of manpower in behalf of foes evoked amazement and re-
!u-d-raising effort, has been a spect throughout West Germany.
-i' source of strength to the West German trade unions have
'le of Israel. In the time of purchased 3,000,000 marks ($750,-
Is net's greatest danger, it but- 000) worth of Israel Bonds.
NEW YORK (JTA) — Mrs.
tressed the morale of our people.
"Contributions to the Israel Mortimer J a cobso n, Hadassah
Emergency Fund will allow the president. announced that the
Jewish Agency in Jerusalem to women's Zionist group had flown
continue its traditional program more than $100,000 worth of medi-
of aid to the hundreds of thousands cal supplies to the Hadassah-He-
of newcomers to Israel, who still brew University medical center
need assistance in adjusting to a in Jerusalem. She said the sup-
new life. Naturally, the disloca- plies, donated by many manufac-
tions of a wartime mobilization turers and retailers, would be
have created additional problems flown to the medical center on a

NEW YORK (JTA) — Aryeh
L. Pincus.. chairman of the execu-
tive of the Jewish Agency for Is-
rael. left for Israel after a 12-day
visit to this country in behalf of
the Israel Emergency Fund of the
United Jewish Appeal.
Following consultations in New
York with leaders of the UJA.
Jewish Agency-American Section,
United Israel Appeal. Council of
Jewish Federations and Welfare
Funds and leaders of welfare
funds throughout the country,
Pincus visited eight other com-
munities in the United States and
Canada. conferring with leaders

and costs at a time when the Gov. daily basis "as long as the need
ernment is least able to give as- for them exists."

sistance. It is to meet these needs , NEW YORK (JTA) — A capa-
that the United Jewish Appeal is city crowd of 20,000 at Madison
conducting its present Israel Square Garden here paid the ad-
Emergency Fund, which, it is mission price of $10 to $100 —
hoped. will raise the money neces- with boxes ranging from $1,500

sary to complete the process of to"$2,000 — Sunday night to hear
integration to which we are all Israel's former Foreign Minister
Golda Meir eloquently call for
dedicated."
During his stay in the United new initiatives to further peace in

States. Pincus visited Atlanta, Ga., the Middle East. Senators Jacob
Philadelphia. Cleveland, Newark, K. Javits and Robert F. Kennedy
Detroit. Baltimore and Montreal. of New York issued strong pleas
Hundreds of Jewish communi- for American efforts to guarantee
ties throughout the United States against further hostilities in the
and Canada. from the smallest area.
The rally, titled "Stars for Is-
hamlet to the largest m1tropoli-
tan area. have in one week re- rael." benefited the Israel Emer-
the
Israel
crisis
with
gency
Fund of the United Jewish
sponded to
a speed and magnitude unparal- Appeal and featured many of the
leled in American Jewish history. nation's leading performers of
the Council of Jewish Federations stage, screen, television and the
and Welfare Funds reported. concert hall.
Senator Javits said he will ex-
MONTREAL (JTA) — Samuel
Bronf man announced that the plore with his senatorial col-
Canada-wale goal for the Israel leagues early next week a guide
Emergency Campaign has been for the U.S. Government to for-
set at 520.000.000. mulate a policy "for permanent
In Toronto. the Coordinating peace in the Middle East based
Committee for Israel's Survival on the realities of the situation
was established at a meeting of in that part of the world." Sena-
Jewish community leaders repre- for Kennedy advocated a program
senting Canadian Jewish Congress, of development for the entire
Federated Zionist Organization of Middle East. He called for a peace
Canada and the United Jewish settlement that would recognize
Welfare Fund. The committee Israel as a country, her borders,
will lead and coordinate a "total and her right to survive and pros-
community effort" to give moral per.
and material assistance to the JOHANNESBURG (JTA)—The
people of Israel and help raise government of South Africa an-

At Monday's Israel Bond dinner: (from left) standing, Phillip
Stollman, who presided, and Mrs. Emma Schaver, chairman of the
Israel Bond women's division; seated, Mr. and Mrs. Philip Slomovitz
"
-
beginning," with much yet to be and Ambassador Aryeh Eshel.
done in Israel's defense.

Part of the

audience of 1,500 at the Israel Bond dinner held at Cobo Hall Monday night.

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funds for their health and welfare nounced it will permit the Jewish
needs "at a time of desperate community to transfer funds to
urgency." Ray D. Wolfe was Israel. The special concession was

elected chairman, with Meyer W. granted following representations
Gasner and Julius Hayman as made by a delegation comprised

vice chairmen. The committee en- , of South African Zionist Federa-
dorsed the current major driveltion president, Israel Maisels; fed-
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United Jewish Welfare Fund. , and deputy chairman Maurice
LONDON (JTA) — A total of Porter.

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